Iguanas Poo Here!

Have fun spotting our resident iguanas! Prudence & Bennie are green iguanas, originating from South America. Prudence was donated to the Butterfly Farm about 8 years ago, and Bennie was donated in 2020. They like to hide up in the trees and bask in the warmth on top of the heaters where they like to keep a watchful eye on the goings on below! Be cautious of droppings if you are walking underneath them! They are magnificent creatures and excellent swimmers and love to fed on leaves, flowers and fruit.



Bennie decided to come down from his high perch and pose for the visitors. Isn’t he gorgeous!




16 Comments CherryPie on Jan 10th 2023

16 Responses to “Caution! Iguanas Poo Here!!”

  1. lisl says:

    What sort of size were these gorgeous creatures, Cherie?

  2. Ginnie Hart says:

    Oh my, Cherry. That thought makes me shudder with dread! Actually, I think monkeys are “nasty” like that, too?? But look at how beautiful they are!

    • CherryPie says:

      I know what you mean about monkies! The iguana had no intention of getting anywhere near anyone he was on a food finding mission but stopped occasionally to pose for the crowd.

  3. Lovely photos. I will remember not to stand under them if I ever visit again!!

  4. Sackerson says:

    Great title !

  5. Oh, we do have water monitor lizards roaming freely in our local parks in Malaysia.
    They make these iguanas look so tiny.